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This gem adds possibility to access http response object from result of ActiveResource::Base find method
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Activeresource-response

Moved to https://github.com/didww/activeresource-response

####This gem adds possibility to access http response (Net::HTTPResponse) object from result (single object or collection) of activeresource call (methods : find, all, first, last, get )

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Why It can be used?

Such functionallity can be used for easily implementing pagination in a REST API so that an ActiveResource client can navigate paginated results.

How to use?

Add dependency to your Gemfile

gem "activeresource-response"

Just open your ActiveResource class and add

add_response_method :your_method_name

You can add method to ActiveResource::Base to use it in all subclasses

class ActiveResource::Base
  add_response_method :my_response  
end

You can remove method from ActiveResource subclass

class Order < ActiveResource::Base
  remove_response_method  
end

Full example of usage with kaminari gem

ActiveResource Class

class Order < ActiveResource::Base
  self.format = :json
  self.site = 'http://0.0.0.0:3000/'
  self.element_name = "order" 
  add_response_method :http_response  # our new method for returned objects 
end
Server Side

class OrdersController < ApplicationController
  def index
    @orders = Order.page(params[:page]).per(params[:per_page] || 10) #default 10 per page
    response.headers["X-total"] = @orders.total_count.to_s
    response.headers["X-offset"] = @orders.offset_value.to_s
    response.headers["X-limit"] = @orders.limit_value.to_s
    respond_with(@orders)
  end
end

Client Side

class OrdersController < ApplicationController
  def index
    orders = Order.all(params: params)     
    @orders = Kaminari::PaginatableArray.new(orders,{
      limit: orders.http_response['X-limit'].to_i,
      offset: orders.http_response['X-offset'].to_i,
      total_count: orders.http_response['X-total'].to_i
    }) 
  end
end

will_paginate compatibility

will_paginate has a little different API, so to populate headers

response.headers["X-total"] = @orders.total_entries.to_s
response.headers["X-offset"] = @orders.offset.to_s
response.headers["X-limit"] = @orders.per_page.to_s

On the API client side you might also use will_paginate, in that case you can just require will_paginate/array (in initializer for example)

orders = Order.all(params: params)     
@orders = WillPaginate::Collection.create(params[:page] || 1, params[:per_page] || 10, orders.http_response['X-total'].to_i) do |pager|
 pager.replace orders
end

Every time when http connection invoked ActiveResource connection object stores http response. You can access it with http_response method.

Example

class Order < ActiveResource::Base
  self.site = 'http://0.0.0.0:3000/'
  self.element_name = "order" 
  add_response_method :my_response  # our new method 
end

orders = Order.all
first_order = Order.find(1) 
#see Net::HTTPResponse#[] method
orders.my_response['content-length'] 
# => "3831" 
first_order.my_response['content-length'] 
#=> "260"
#connection also always has last http response object , to access it use http_response method
Order.connection.http_response.to_hash
# => {"content-type"=>["application/json; charset=utf-8"], "x-ua-compatible"=>["IE=Edge"], "etag"=>["\"573cabd02b2f1f90405f7f4f77995fab\""], "cache-control"=>["max-age=0, private, must-revalidate"], "x-request-id"=>["2911c13a0c781044c474450ed789613d"], "x-runtime"=>["0.071018"], "content-length"=>["260"], "server"=>["WEBrick/1.3.1 (Ruby/1.9.2/2011-02-18)"], "date"=>["Sun, 19 Feb 2012 10:21:29 GMT"], "connection"=>["close"]} 

Custom get method

You can access response from result of custom get method Example

class Country < ActiveResource::Base
  self.site = 'http://0.0.0.0:3000/'
  add_response_method :http  # our new method
end
cities = Country.find(1).get(:cities)
cities.http #method from Country class is available

Headers and cookies methods

You can get cookies and headers from response Example

class Country < ActiveResource::Base
  self.site = 'http://0.0.0.0:3000/'
  add_response_method :my_response  # our new method
end
countries = Country.all
countries.my_response.headers

# collection with symbolized keys => {:content_type=>["application/json; charset=utf-8"], :x_ua_compatible=>["IE=Edge"], ..., :set_cookie=>["bar=foo; path=/", "foo=bar; path=/"]} 

countries.my_response.cookies
 # => {"bar"=>"foo", "foo"=>"bar"}   

Note About Http response

http response is object of Net::HTTPOK, Net::HTTPClientError or one of other subclasses of Net::HTTPResponse class. For more information see documentation http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib-1.9.3/libdoc/net/http/rdoc/Net/HTTPResponse.html

Testing with ActiveResource::HttpMock

Add this line to your test to patch http_mock

 require "active_resource_response/http_mock"

Contributing

Fork it Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature) Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature') Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature) Create new Pull Request

Please, feel free to contact me if you have any questions

fedoronchuk(at)gmail.com